|Name:||Jackson Daniel Deveaux|
|Also known as:|| Jack Daniels|
|Significant other:||Evie Greene|
|Family:|| Jonathan Radcliffe (father) † |
Helene Deveaux (mother) †
Brandon Radcliffe (half-brother) †
Clotile (half-sister) †
Jack was Brandon Radcliffe's half brother. He hates Brandon because he received all the attention and money from their father.
Dead of WinterEdit
Jack is captured by The Lovers. Evie leaves Aric to help the other ones free Jack.
The Lovers capture Selena and tell Evie she has four days to come and rescue her. Evie leaves with Jack and Aric. They're both in love with her.
When they return to their 'camp' Evie has to make a choice: Aric or Jack. She picks Jack but he already left thinking she would pick Aric. Selena left with him, as a friend, because she wanted to go with him but also to make Evie jealous thinking that would increase the odds of Evie picking Jack. She runs after them, and, as she is about to find Jack, the Emperor attacks them: Selena dies. Aric suspects Jack to be dead too, but we don't know.
After escaping, the both of them arrive at near Fort Arcana. While Jack is desperate to see Evie again, Matthew insists on him climbing up. After Jack does, he discovers the graves Evie created for both him and Selena, and the plants and flowers she grew and left behind with the graves. Jack is shocked to see that the grave with honeysuckles is for him, reading the words "Beloved son, brother, friend, leader, and intended husband. I love you." from Evie on the memorial.
Matthew then shows Jack the suffering and pains Evie experienced after the Emperor's attack on Fort Arcana. At first, Jack is furious at Matthew for allowing Evie to be hurt that much. He considers chasing after Evie once more, but ultimately elects to let her go with Aric, as he believed it would be for the better for her future. He then orders Matthew to tell Evie that he is indeed dead. After Matthew agrees, the Fool returns the cell phone and the tape player to Jack, allowing the memories of Evie to serve as a crutch to him.